A while back I posted something entitled:
Since then, Ben Jeffries has written a response to those critical of his comments in the interview.
With respect, it simply affirms the problems with the ACNA’s new Book of Common Prayer. In the present climate of North American Anglicanism it may be that this might be as good a compromise as any. To expect an Anglican prayer book descended from the 1662 is not possible as things stand. This may be one of the reasons that the Episcopal Church decided not to have a wholesale revision of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. Better to keep the not-so-great status quo in order to live and let live.